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An F-5 tornado was photographed as it destroyed parts of Hesston, Kan., March 13, 1990.
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A portion of Hesston was leveled by the F-5 tornado that hit the town in 1990.
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Marge Peachy holds her dog as she walks away from the rubble of her house in Hesston with neighbor, Joanne Stehman.
A car and farm implement were damaged on the Voth farm near Hesston.
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Russ Abrahams attempts to move a twisted steel beam from the machine shed at the Schmidt Dairy Farm near Hesston.
Elsie McElmurry walks in front of her damaged house near downtown Hesston. McElmurry took refuge in her basement when the tornado hit.
Leisl Robertson volunteers to help with the cleanup in a Hesston neighborhood.
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Lori Espado of Hesston surveys the damage to the town as she walks with her children.
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Roy Lambert of Hutchinson is helped after he was injured as the Hesston tornado passed through east of Burrton. Lambert took refuge in a nearby ditch when the twister approached.
Kent Fischer is hugged by friends outside the home where his 6-year-old son, Lucas, was killed in the Hesston tornado in 1990.
A Hesston teenager takes clothes out of a closet from his damaged home in Hesston shortly after a tornado hit the town in 1990.
A man looks at damage to a farm near Hesston in 1990.
A couple stand in rubble from the Hesston tornado in 1990.
Pat McElmurry and her friend Teri McAninch hug outside of McElmurry's mother's home in Hesston.
Arlie Hammer and his dog Snookie were caught in the Hesston tornado March 13, 1990.
The town of Hesston was hit by a tornado March 13, 1990.
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